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  • College Freshman Accused of Sexual Assault on Campus Cleared of Wrongdoing After Judicial Conduct Hearing

    Our client, a freshman at a local college, was accused of sexually assaulting a young woman (also a freshman) just before Thanksgiving, 2015. The alleged victim notified her Resident Advisor and ...

  • Student Granted Rule 29 Dismissal

    High school student was granted a Rule 29 dismissal of an OVI charge and alcohol possession charge from two different cases. Magistrate simultaneously expunged all charges. The juvenile was very ...

  • Charges Not Pressed

    Client, 19, was accused of raping another student who lived in the dorm building. Charges were never brought after Attorney Brad Koffel was able to speak with OSU police detectives. Case was referred ...

  • Charges Not Pressed

    Client, 19, was accused of raping another student who lived in the dorm building. Charges were never brought after Attorney Brad Koffel was able to speak with OSU police detectives. Case was referred ...

  • Exonerated on All Allegations

    Client, 20, accused of raping another student following a rave party on campus. Client took a polygraph exam and passed. Client attended college’s version of Student Conduct hearing and was exonerated ...

  • Charges Not Pressed

    Client, 18, was caught in a restricted location during an “Urban Exploration” outing. Columbus Police, after Attorney Brad Koffel contacted them, decided not to press charges, but did refer the case ...

  • No Charges for Assault

    An OSU football player was falsely accused of assaulting a woman in his dorm room. Mr. Koffel’s team investigated the case and interviewed the player and other witnesses. After 3 weeks, the case was ...

  • Charge Dismissed

    Mr. Koffel’s client was indicted for engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity for purchasing stolen items from a theft ring. The case lasted nearly 2 years. The client, 38 years old, married with 3 ...

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